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August 18, 2022
FBD Insurance Junior B2 Championship PreviewA wide open contest!From the outset this year’s Junior B2 competition looks to be wide open with Cashel King Cormacs last year’s beaten finalists joining Silvermines in Junior B this year. This leaves 6 teams fighting to be crowned champions, Ballybacon Grange, Toomevara, Shannon Rovers, Clonoulty Rossmore, Eire Og Annacarty and Boherlahan Dualla. The competiton is made up of 1 group with the top 4 teams making the semi-finals. Annacarty lo..

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August 17, 2022
FBD Insurance Intermediate Championship'Will it be third time lucky for Shannon Rovers?'Having lost 2 intermediate county finals in a row Shannon Rovers will be hoping that 2022 will be their year. A quick look at the teams that make up the Intermediate grade and everyone will agree that it won’t be an easy task as once again the Intermediate championship is looking as mouth watering and close as ever. Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams looked very strong in last year’s group st..

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August 16, 2022
FBD Insurance Junior B Championship PreviewMoycarkey fancied for Junior B SuccessRay Ralph’s Moycarkey Borris side will be favourites for this year’s Junior B championship having reached the final last  year and also winning the league final earlier this year. They have great underage talent coming through in both camogie and football having won both the U16 A camogie and football in 2021 and 2022. Kate Ralph, Emma O’Sullivan, Molly O’Dwyer, Amy Callanan, and Alisha ..

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August 15, 2022
FBD Insurance Senior Championship PreviewWho can stop Drom-Inch’s bid for 4 in a row? Drom-Inch will go into this year’s FBD insurance Senior Championship as many people’s favourites having captured the last 3 county titles in a row aswell as the 2020 Munster title. But the chasing pack is well in the hunt with all 3 of last year’s semi-finalists Clonoulty Rossmore, Cashel King Cormacs and Eire Og Annacarty well capable of dethroning the champions. In fact only for s..

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August 01, 2022
Tesco U16 A All-Ireland FinalTipperary 0-10Cork 2-18Tipperary were the quicker of the two sides to settle in Sunday’s Tesco U16 A All-Ireland Final and raced into a 3 point lead after 12 minutes thanks to a Sarah Corcoran 45m and free either side of a Danielle Ryan point from play. Cork had threatened on a number of occasions but the Tipperary full backline of Aoife Mellerick, Irish Grace and Eabha Dolan stood firm. The signs were there however in those opening 12 minutes of Cork’s d..

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July 29, 2022
Tipperary take on Cork in the Tesco All Ireland U16 Camogie final on Sunday and looking ahead to it Tipp manager John Ryan and coach Siobhan Ryan spoke to Stephen Gleeson of Tipp GAA TV about the title decider!Click on the link below to watch it now and dont forget to get to Mallow this Sunday @1.30pm to support the team.https://youtu.be/uIWwEwcF6Gc

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July 26, 2022
Tesco U16 A All-Ireland Semi-Final Tipperary 1-12Galway 1-08A superb second half performance by Tipperary saw them power into next Sunday’s All-Ireland final. The game was evenly poised throughout the opening half with Sophie Flynn’s goal after 16 minutes the key score giving Galway a one point lead at the break. Tipperary scores coming from Lucy Purcell, Sarah Corcoran, Danielle Ryan and Caoimhe Stakelum. There was a strong wind mainly blowing across the field for the majority ..

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July 21, 2022
Tipperary Camogie Management Positions 2023Tipperary Camogie County Board request for interested parties to apply for the following positions1.        Senior Manager2.        Junior Manager3.        Minor Manager       The Successful Candidates will possess the following Attributes1.        Relevant Coaching Qualifications ideally with a proven track record in Team Management at County / Club leve..

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July 20, 2022
Tesco U16 A All-Ireland Semi-FinalTipperary will take on Galway in the Tesco All-Ireland U16 A semi-final this Sunday @12pm in Clara GAA, Kilkenny. The final is fixed for the following Sunday against the winners of Cork and Wexford who also play this Sunday. Tipperay have had two wins from two so far this year with comfortable victories over both Waterford and Dublin in the group stages. They know Galway will pose a much greater threat this weekend. In an eye catching result from their opening g..

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July 11, 2022
Tesco U16 A All-Ireland Championship Tipperary 4-24Dublin 0-02 Tipperary’s U16 A team travelled to Trinity Sports Centre as firm favourites having recorded a big win over Waterford in the first round and Dublin having already lost to Waterford in their opening game. John Ryan and his management team made 4 changes to the team that defeated Waterford with Aoife Mellerick, Ciara Gleeson, Nicola Kelly and Ava Bevans all starting and getting a chance to impress. It was a glorious day..

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